German Insurance Industry - Global Strategic Business Report

  • ID: 604658
  • Report
  • Region: Global, Germany
  • 47 Pages
  • Global Industry Analysts, Inc
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The German Insurance Industry Report provides insightful analysis, market briefs, industry structure and outlook of life and non-life insurance industries in the country. The report also examines the pension market and other sectors of non-life insurance industry like property, health, fire, natural catastrophe, homeowners, and motor insurance among others. Get a rudimentary insight into the German financial system; direct writing, key legislative measures and insurance pools in the country. The report provides a compilation and discussion on recent spate of mergers & acquisitions and other industry activities, which have irreversibly changed the landscape of the industry. Get a bird’s eye view of the latest launches of insurance products by major industry players in the country. The report also peeps into the recent past/ historical perspective of the country’s insurance market and corporate developments within the industry. A regional level discussion also looks into the leading companies’ footing in these markets along with their annual written premiums and/ or market shares. The report discusses several key and niche players such as Allianz SE, Debeka Krankenversicherungsverein auf Gegenseitigkeit, DKV Deutsche Krankenversicherung AG, Atradius, Hanover Re Group, and Muenchener Rueckversicherungs-Gesellschaft AG.

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1. German Insurance Industry - An Insight GR-1
Regulatory Reforms: Taxing the Future of Life? GR-1
Europe’s Largest Life Insurance Market GR-1
Table 1: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Insurance Industry by Segment - Life & Non-Life Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Premium Income in US$
Million for the Years 2006 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-2

Table 2: German 5-Year Perspective for Insurance Industry by
Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Premium Income for Life and
Non-Life Markets for 2006, 2008, and 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-2

Table 3: German Insurance Industry (2006): Per Capita Premium
in US$, and Penetration of Insurance by Category - Life and
Non-Life GR-3
Abroad Business of German Companies GR-3
Table 4: German Insurance Industry (2007 & 2008): Percentage
Breakdown of Premiums Written Abroad by German Insurance
Companies by Category - Non-Life Insurance (Marine, General
Liability, Fire & Other Property, Accident/Health and Other
Insurance Class) and Life Insurance (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-3
September 11 Attacks Spur the Emergence of Reinsurance Agencies GR-3
Table 5: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Reinsurance Industry with Annual Premium Income in Euro
Million for the Years 2006 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-4
Insurance Linked to the Economy GR-4
Challenges Facing the Sector GR-5

2. Industry Structure GR-6
Table 6: German Insurance Industry (2005 & 2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Gross Written Premiums in Private Insurance
(Direct Business) by Category -Life Assurance, Private Health
Insurance, Non-Life Insurance (Accident, General Liability,
Legal Expenses, Motor, Marine, Property, and Credit) (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-6

Table 7: German Insurance Industry (2005 & 2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Claims Paid by Direct Insurers (Within GDV) by
Category -Life Assurance, Private Health Insurance, Non-Life
Insurance (Accident, General Liability, Legal Expenses, Motor,
Marine, Property, and Credit) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-6

Table 8: German Insurance Industry (2005): Percentage
Breakdown of Investments by Private Insurers by Category -
Life Assurance, Health Insurance, Non-Life Insurance, and
Reinsurance (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-7

Table 9: German Insurance Industry (2005): Number of Agents
and Brokers Employed (in Thousands) by Type - Insurance
Brokers, Independent Full-Time Agents, and Part-Time Agents
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-7

Table 10: German Reinsurance Market (2005 & 2006): Gross and
Net Premiums in € Million by Category - Life/Health, Property
& Casualty, Financial Reinsurance, and Specialty Reinsurance
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-7

Table 11: German Reinsurance Industry (2007 & 2008):
Percentage Breakdown of Premium Income by Category - Life,
Fire, Motor, General Liability, Private Accident, Marine and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-8
Insurance Penetration in German Households GR-8
Table 12: German Insurance Industry (1991-2004): Insurance
Penetration Rate in German Households (In %) (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-9
Personal Lines Remain A Terrain for Few GR-9
P & C Retains Vitality with Steadier Pricing in Commercial Lines GR-9
Consolidation Scenario GR-9
Significance of a Single Market GR-10
Table 13: German Insurance Industry (2004 & 2005): Number of
Insurance Companies by Sector for Life, Health, Non-Life, and
Reinsurance (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-10

Table 14: German Insurance Industry (1990-2006): Number of
Insurance Companies by Sector for Life, Health, Non-Life,
and Reinsurance (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-11

3. Outlook GR-12

4. Life Insurance Sector GR-13
Life Insurance Market Trends - Review of First Half of 2006 GR-13
Highlights GR-13
Table 15: German Life Insurance Industry (2007 & 2008):
Percentage Breakdown of Premiums by Category - Endowment,
Annuities & Pensions, Unit-Linked Endowment & Annuity,
Collective Policies and Supplementary Insurance (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-14

Table 16: German Life Insurance Industry (2005): Percentage
Value Breakdown of Life Annualized New Business by Business
Type - Individual Insurance Contracts (Annuities & Pension,
Dependency Annuity, Disability, Endowment, Term Insurance,
Others) and Group Insurance Contracts (Endowment, Residual
Debt, Term Insurance, and Others) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-14

Table 17: German Life Insurance Industry: Gross Written
Premium in US$ Billion for 1999-2002 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-15
Market Players GR-15
Table 18: Leading Players in German Life Insurance Market
(2004): Percentage Market Share by Company - Allianz, AXA,
Debeka, Generali, HDI (Talanx), Munich Re, R+V, Zurich, and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-15

Table 19: German Life Insurance Industry (2003): Gross
Written Premium in US$ Billion by Leading Companies for
Allianz Leben, Hamb. Mannheimer LV, Aachener/Mchn Leben, R+V
Lebensvers AG, DT. Herold Leben, Victoria Leben,
Volksfursorge DT LV, Axa Leben, Debeka Leben, and Gerling-K.
Leben (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-16

Table 20: Leading Players in the German Life Insurance
Market (2002) - Gross Written Premiums in US$ Million for
Allianz Leben, Aachener/Mchn. Leben, Hamb. Mannheimer LV, R+V
Lebensvers. AG, and DT. Herold Leben (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-16

5. German Pension Market GR-17
Compulsory Pension (Contributory State Pension) GR-17
Occupational Pension (Voluntary) GR-17
Types of Occupational Pension GR-17
Book Reserves GR-17
Retirement Funds (Pensionskasse) GR-17
Direct Insurance GR-17
Support Fund GR-18
Pension Fund GR-18
Personal Pensions and Other Retirement Savings (Voluntary) GR-18

6. Health Insurance GR-19
Market Highlights GR-19
Table 21: German Health Insurance Industry: Gross Written
Premium in US$ Billion for 1999-2003 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-19
German Health Insurance Industry - Market Statistics of 2005
& First Half of 2006 GR-19
Private Health Insurance Sector GR-20
Table 22: German Private Health Insurance Market (2005):
Premiums in € Billion by Business Segment - Health Insurance
(Daily Benefits Insurance, Independent Hospital Cash Schemes,
Medical Expenses Insurance, Special Types of Insurance, and
Other Independent Partial Insurances) and Compulsory
Long-Term Care Insurance (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-21
Health Insurance & Pension Schemes Cover Major Share of
Cancer Costs GR-21
Health Insurance and Insurers’ Predicament GR-21
Major Players in the German Private Health Insurance Sector GR-22
DKV Deutsche GR-22
Signal GR-22

7. Non-Life Insurance Sector GR-23
Table 23: German Non-Life Insurance Industry (2007 & 2008):
Percentage Breakdown of Premium Income by Class - Motor,
Property Insurance, Private Accident, General Liability, Legal
Expenses and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-23

Table 24: German Non-Life Insurance Industry (2005): Premium
Income and Claims Paid in € Billion for Select Classes
  • General Liability, Legal Expenses, Marine, Motor Insurance,
Motor Liability, Motor Accident, and Private Accident
Insurance (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-24
Market Players GR-24
Table 25: German Non-Life Insurance Industry (2003): Gross
Written Premium in US$ Billion by Leading Companies for
Allianz Vers., Axa Vers., Gerling-K. Allgemeine, R+V
Allgemeine Vers., Zurich Vers. AG, HUK-Coburg, Victoria
Vers., Wurtt. Vers., Gothaer Allg. Vers. AG, and LVM Sach
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-24

Table 26: Leading Players in the German Non-Life Insurance
Market (2002) - Gross Written Premiums in US$ Million for
Allianz Vers., AXA Vers., Gerling-K. Allgemeine, R+V
Allgemeine Vers., and Zurich Vers. AG (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-25
Property Insurance GR-25
Highlights GR-25
Table 27: German Non-Life Property Insurance Market (2005 &
2006): Percentage Breakdown of Gross Written Premiums in
Private Insurance (Direct Business) by Segment - Agricultural
Property Insurance, Commercial Property Insurance, Industrial
Property Insurance, and Private Property Insurance (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-26

Table 28: German Non-Life Property Insurance Market (2005 &
2006): Percentage Breakdown of Claims Paid by Direct Insurers
(Within GDV) by Segment - Agricultural Property Insurance,
Commercial Property Insurance, Industrial Property Insurance,
and Private Property Insurance (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-26
Motor Insurance GR-27
Table 29: German Motor Insurance Market (2006 & 2007):
Percentage Breakdown of Premiums by Category - Third Party
Liability, Full Comprehensive and Partial Comprehensive
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-27

Table 30: German Motor Insurance Market (2006 & 2007):
Percentage Breakdown of Claims by Category - Third Party
Liability, Full Comprehensive and Partial Comprehensive
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-28

Table 31: Leading Players in German Motor Insurance Market
(2006 & 2007): Percentage Market Share by Company - Allianz,
R & V, AMB Generali, Zurich, Axa, LVM, VHV, HDI, DEVK, and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-28

Table 32: German Motor Insurance and Other Non-Life Insurance
Market: Gross Written Premium (GWP) in US$ Million for
1999-2003 - Historic Data (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-29
Natural Catastrophe Insurance GR-29

8. Direct Writing in Germany GR-30

9. German Financial System GR-31
A Comparative Study of the US and German Financial Systems GR-31

10. Key Legislative Measures and Plans GR-32
Asset Valuation Rules Simplified GR-32
IDW’s New Guidelines in Germany GR-32
Private Health Funds Receive Boost GR-32

11. Insurance Pools GR-33
Extremus GR-33
Protektor Lebensversicherungs-AG GR-33
Essential Features of Protektor AG GR-33

12. Role of GDV (Gesamtverband der Deutschen Ver-
sicherungswirtschaft) GR-34

Key Statistics of GDV Members GR-34
Table 33: Premiums Written for GDV Members by Insurance
Class in DM Billion (1999 & 2000) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) GR-34

Table 34: Benefits and Claims Covered by Insurance Class for
GDV Members in DM Billion (1999 & 2000) (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) GR-35

13. Historic Review of Various Insurance Sectors GR-36
Motor GR-36
Homeowners GR-36
Fire GR-36
Health GR-36
Life GR-36

14. Product Developments GR-37
Allianz Releases Catastrophe Bond GR-37
Euler Hermes to Launch Export Credit Insurance in Japan GR-37
Industrial Health Funds Provide Insurance Cover for
DocMorris.com’s Drugs GR-37
Munich Re Offers Policy for World Cup GR-37

15. Recent Industry Activity GR-38
AIG Acquires Württembergische und Badische Versicherungs GR-38
Zurich to Acquire Real Garant Versicherung AG GR-38
TietoEnator Divests Reinsurance and Leasing Operations GR-38
Allianz to Acquire Allianz Leben and AGF GR-38
Talanx to Acquire BHW Leben GR-39
Flowers Negotiates with Prospects for Sale of Wuba GR-39
Fortis Acquires Gutingia GR-39
Allianz Versicherung Splits to Form Allianz Global Corporate
& Specialty GR-39
Munich Re Finds a Buyer for Stake in HVB GR-39
HBOS Strides Ahead for Pocketing MLP Life Insurance Company GR-40
Gothaer Proposes to Acquire Axa’s Darag GR-40
Allianz to Expand Business in China GR-40

16. Strategic Corporate Developments in Past GR-41
Allianz Divests Life Insurance Business GR-41
Allianz Buys 49% Stake in JV with AGF Insurance GR-41
Coface Gains Gerling’s Credit Insurance Operations in Denmark
and the Netherlands GR-41
AXA Hikes Stake in Tecis GR-41
Allianz Purchases Stake in Rosno GR-41
Munich Reinsurance Forms a Spanish Joint Venture GR-41

17. Focus on Select German Players GR-42
Allianz SE GR-42
Debeka Krankenversicherungsverein auf Gegenseitigkeit - A
Leading Insurer in Germany GR-42
DKV Deutsche Krankenversicherung AG - One of the Leading
German Insurers GR-42
Atradius GR-42
Hanover Re Group GR-43
Muenchener Rueckversicherungs-Gesellschaft AG GR-43
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